"I was hitting a lot of good shots, hitting a lot of good putts, and they just weren't going in". She broke through in Portland after finishing second twice - 2 strokes behind Suzann Pettersen in 2013 and 4 shots behind Brooke Henderson previous year.
"I'm just really excited". So was her parents' home, but she said the stories coming out of Houston moved her. "I made a lot of birdies and an eagle, which was awesome, although I made a couple bogeys that I'd like to take off the card for the next two days. Seems to be working so far", Henderson said. The LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year in 2013 and sister of world number three Ariya Jutanugarn, she is seeking her first career victory. I feel really blessed to get so much applause too.
After a big win at the Solheim Cup two weeks ago, Gerina Piller took last week off to recover.
When it comes to generosity, she's certainly showing there's no gap there.
So Sunday was a win-win-win, with Portland getting to see one of the game's premier players returning to the winner's circle in the process. Felt a little exhausted this week, so just trying to build on the momentum of this week.
The 32-year-old American looked well on course to be able to hand over the Dollars 195,000 (£150,000) first prize when she started the day with a three-shot lead over the chasing pack and then birdied the opening two holes.
Lewis was making her 83rd start since her last victory.
"Definitely had the momentum (this week) and hopefully it'll carry over the next two weeks", she said.
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"It's hard to even think about the win itself", she said.
"It's been a tremendous week for me", Miyazato said.
It was the 32-year-old's first win since 2014, and was her 12th on the LPGA Tour. You're gifted with a talent, you're gifted with an ability, and it's not just to go out there and play golf, play football, or whatever it is. "To do it when I added pressure to myself is a pretty good, pretty cool deal".
Lewis fired a bogey-free round yesterday, with eight birdies and no bogeys.
Stacy Lewis watches her drive on the seventh hole during the second round of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open golf tournament in Ottawa, Ontario, Friday, Aug. 25, 2017.
Lewis' first-place check at the Cambia Portland Classic meant $195,000 would go toward helping people in her hometown rebuild their lives. Likewise, Lewis played with a greater sense of appreciation this week in Portland. I really enjoy playing with Stacy. I knew it was going to be hard. And then that's it. "I want to try keep (stay) patient tomorrow".
She is one shot ahead of a trio of players - Mexico's Gaby Lopez (64), Dane Nicole Broch Larsen (67) and South Korean Chella Choi (68).